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You would have no trouble doing this. You have to profile your flatbed because this is how you input the target from your printer. The software has to now the values your scanner is producing to be able to correct for your printer. Paul Jerry Olson wrote: > Paul, Tell me something about ez color. Everybody says that it generates > profiles from SCANNER to PRINTER. But what if you do all your art work > in photoshop originally, and do not scan it in? can a profile be made to > make prints from WHATEVER is on the MONITOR SCREEN, REGARDLESS of the > origin to the Epson Printer? THIS is what I need. I don't especially > care if I get a profile from the SCANNER to the MONITOR screen, as both > my scanners come very close to what I want now, and only require minimum > and quick adjustments in photoshop. > > Jerry. > > > Started using EZCOLOR to generate profiles. Now I am very pleased with the > > results. The gamut is not quite what you get with the epson inks, but is > > quite acceptable. > > > > I get good results on epson paper and archival paper such as Concorde Rag. > > Some form of profiling is a must if you want to use archival inks. > > > - > Please: Stay on topic. Trim quoted messages. > http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions. - Please: Stay on topic. Trim quoted messages. http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions.
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